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This month’s Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) release includes one new malware family – the high-volume banking trojan Win32/Simda.  Simda is a multi-component malware family that includes trojan, backdoor, password-stealing, downloader and file-infector variants. It is very rare for a single malware family to possess all of these characteristics; Alureon and Sirefef are among […]

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A few months ago, we discussed and published details about a very large brute force attack targeting WordPress sites. The attackers (bad guys) had thousands of servers at their disposal, and were attempting all types of passwords on wp-admin (WordPress admin panel) to try to get access to as many WordPress sites as possible. The […]

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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about the malicious program Trojan.WPCracker.1 designed to compromise blogs and sites managed with popular CMSs such as WordPress. With the Trojan, attackers can change the content of blogs or infect them with other malware that will threaten future visitors. The upsurge of attacks on websites noted by […]

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